Education is an intellectual and social endeavor, not an economic enterprise.
Out of 42 originally requested hiring committees, two appointed by the Academic Senate and one appointed by the Administration are screening candidates for newly created and vacant dean positions, according to officials.
Since the beginning of the spring semester, a hostile environment has become evident on campus.
Heated discussions over shared governance and communication issues broke out between various groups at the Academic Senate meeting on Monday.
The summer intersession dates in the full-page advertisement in the last two issues of the Courier are causing confusion.
With all of the rapid and hasty changes to the collegeâ€™s fundamental calendar system, one must ask if they were properly planned.
A radically new structure for the teaching divisions of the college was approved by the Board of Trustees on Aug. 29.
The number of teaching divisions is reduced from 13 to six.
Members of the campus community are upset, confused, and ashamed by the Aug. 29 vote by the Board of Trustees to radically restructure teaching divisions at the college.